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Made up of five boroughs (The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island) New York City is an architectural marvel with plenty of must-see destinations, great restaurants, cultural hot spots and unforgettable activities.

  1. Central Park, the most famous green space bordered of skyscrapers, draws millions of visitors in all seasons: sunbathers and picnickers in summer, ice-skaters in winter, and bird-watchers in spring and fall. It’s also an idyllic venue for beloved cultural events like Shakespeare in the Park and the New York Philharmonic’s annual open-air performance.
  2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, an iconic neoclassical facade holding 17 curatorial collections spanning countless eras and cultural perspectives, from prehistoric Egyptian artifacts to contemporary photography.
  3. Times Square, the Manhattan’s heart
  4. The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum, In the footprints of where the Twin Towers once stood are North America’s largest man-made waterfalls, a solemn reminder of all that was lost during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and the World Trade Center bombing in 1993.
  5. The High Line, NYC's only elevated park, planted with wildflowers and grasses, offering walkers some of the best views in NYC. A former rail track that went out of use in 1980, the High Line was resurrected as a 1.45-mile-long green space in 2009, running from Hudson Yards to the northern edge of Chelsea.
  6. Broadway - Theatre District, each year, about 13 million locals and tourists take in Broadway shows at one of NYC's 40 Broadway theaters.
  7. Grand Central Terminal, with its grandiose Beaux Arts framework, the terminal is a spectacle of both form and function.
  8. The Frick Collection is an art museum featuring the collection of industrialist Henry Clay Frick (1849–1919), old masterpaintings and fine furniture housed in six galleries within the former residence. Besides its permanent collection, the Frick has always organized small, focused temporary exhibitions.
  9. Empire State Building, the 1,454-foot-tall (443 m) emblem that became the city’s highest building upon completion in 1931.
  10. Statue of Liberty, A climb to the crown (of the 305 ft tall mother of exiles) affords a panoramic view of New York Harbor
  11. One World Observatory - World Trade Center, theobservation deck can be reached in just 60 seconds via a set of visually immersive 'Sky Pod' elevators, offering a stunning 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline
  12. Patrick's Cathedral, a Gothic Revival building, treasuring 200 Saints throughout the church, with many alters helpfully explaining their stories.
  13. Staten Island Ferry, a free boat trip affording some of the finest views in the world (Governors Island, Ellis Island and Lady Liberty, the Manhattan skyline)
  14. Radio City Music Hall, an Art Deco concert hall that remains one of the prettiest in the city. Noteworthy performers have graced its boards, including huge pop stars (Lady Gaga, the Jonas Brothers)
  15. Rockefeller Center, The ground level alone is home to the tourist-packed ice-skating rink, the bronze Atlas statue and the Today show plaza. Higher up, Top of the Rock observation deck, rivals the Empire State Building in panoramic city views.
  16. The Met Cloisters, Middle Ages museum, which re-creates architectural details from five 15th-century monasteries and houses items from the Met’s medieval art and architecture collections.
  17. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), showcases priceless pieces from renowned artists, a sculpture garden with works by Picasso and Rodin, and the Modern, a high-end restaurant and bar run by Danny Meyer.
  18. Madison Square Garden, the most famous sports arena in the world, home to New York basketball and ice hockey teams, professional boxing, MMA fighting, but non-sports fans can also catch touring international sensations like Adele, Beyonce...
  19. The Tenement Museum, tells thehistory of New York’s immigrant population from the mid-1800s to the early 20th Century.
  20. Brooklyn Bridge, an iconic landmark of the city since 1883, allows you to enjoy spectacular views of lower Manhattan.
  21. Chrysler Building, a glimmering pinnacle of Art Deco architecture, and NYC’s most eye-popping skyscraper.
  22. Brooklyn Flea, the vintage-shopping experience, setting a new standard for both goods and food vendors.
  23. Chelsea Market, a lineup of dining and drinking options and commercial vendors.
  1. Alphabet City Beer Co. :Take an Alphabet City Beer Co. booze cruise in the summer. There’s nothing like sailing by the Statue of Liberty at sunset while sipping on a craft beer.
  2. Gallow Green rooftop bar, Atop the McKittrick Hotel in Chelsea, is home to immersive theater extravaganza and punch served from copper bowls.
  3. Momofuku Noodle Bar, in East Village: the classic ramen is the original gangster: salty, carby, spicy and damn delicious.
  4. Pete's Candy Store, in Williamsburg: Everyone from Beth Orton to Norah Jones has played at Pete’s, a Williamsburg gem that’s famous for nurturing new talent on Sunday nights, the shows are free and the beer is cheap.
  5. Sadelle’s,
  6. Grand Army Bar, 336 State St, for great cocktails and oysters sets
  7. Maison Premiere, 298 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
  8. Junksig, 2 Harrison St, NY 10013, for an exquisite Korean tasting menu
  9. Raoul’s 180 Prince St, NY 10012, classic French fare in Soho
  10. La Esquina, 114 Kenmare St, NY 10012, speakeasy entrance and trendy Dj’s
  11. Charlie Bird, 5 King St, NY 10012, Market fresh Italian menu

Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) within the city, runs the subway and bus lines and services to points outside Manhattan.

Fares and tickets

Although you can pay with coins (no dollar bills) on the buses, you’ll need a MetroCard to enter the subway system. You can buy them from booths or vending machines in the stations; from the Official NYC Information Center; from the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn or Grand Central Terminal; and from many hotels. The standard fare across the subway and bus network on a MetroCard is $2.25, though a single-ride ticket purchased at a vending machine costs $2.50. However, if you’re planning to use the subway or buses often, an Unlimited Ride MetroCard is great value. These cards are available at station vending machines but not at booths: a seven-day pass ($29) and a 30-day pass ($104).

  1. Subway- the city’s subway system is one of the world’s largest and cheapest, with a flat fare of $2.25. Trains run around the clock. Many stations have separate entrances for the uptown and downtown platforms—look before you pay. Trains are identified by letters or numbers, color-coded according to the line on which they run. Local trains stop at every station on the line; express trains stop at major stations only. You can view the current subway map on the MTA's website. Alternatively, ask MTA workers in service booths for a free copy or refer to enlarged subway maps displayed in each subway station.
  2. Buses - White and blue MTA buses are usually the best way to travel crosstown and a pleasant way to travel up- or downtown. They have a digital destination sign on the front, along with a route number preceded by a letter (M for Manhattan, B for Brooklyn, Bx for the Bronx, Q for Queens and S for Staten Island). Maps are posted on most buses and at all subway stops; they’re also available from the Official NYC Information Center.
  3. Commuter rail - The following commuter trains serve NY’s hinterland:

Long Island Rail Road: Provides rail services from Penn Station, Brooklyn and Queens to towns throughout Long Island.

Metro-North Railroad: Commuter trains serve towns north of Manhattan and leave from Grand Central Terminal.

New Jersey Transit Service from Penn Station reaches most of New Jersey, some points in New York State and Philadelphia.

PATH Trains (Port Authority Trans-Hudson) trains run from six stations in Manhattan to various places across the Hudson in New Jersey, including Hoboken, Jersey City and Newark. The 24-hour service costs $1.75.


1.Statue of Liberty National Monument  

Address: New York, NY, United States                

Phone:+1 212-363-3200                                      


  1. Fort Stanwix National Monument

Address: 100 N James St, Rome, NY 13440, United States

Phone: +1 315-338-7730




Address: 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028, United States

Phone: 00 1 212-731-1498



Address: 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019, United States

Phone: +1 212-708-9400



Address: 1220 5th Ave, New York, NY 10029, United States

Phone: +1 212-534-1672



Address: 2 E 91st St, New York, NY 10128, United States

Phone: +1 212-849-8400



Address: 1 E 70th St, New York, NY 10021, United States

Phone: +1 212-288-0700



Address: 1109 5th Ave, New York, NY 10128, United States

Phone: +1 212-423-3200



Address: 99 Margaret Corbin Dr, New York, NY 10040, United States

Phone: +1 212-923-3700



Address: 34-56 107th St, Corona, NY 11368, United States

Phone: +1 718-478-8274




Address: 209 Broadway, New York, NY 10007, United States

Phone: +1 212-602-0800



Address: 75 Broadway, New York, NY 10006, United States

Phone: +1 212-602-0800



Address: 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022, United States

Phone: +1 212-753-2261



1.Metropolitan Opera

Address: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023, United States

Phone: +1 212-362-6000


2.Majestic Theatre

Address: 245 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036, United States

Phone: +1 212-239-6200


3.Lancaster Opera House

Address: 21 Central Ave, Lancaster, NY 14086, United States

Phone: +1 716-683-1776


4.Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Address: 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023, United States

Phone: +1 212-875-5456


  1. New York City Opera

Address: 1700 Broadway, 39th Floor, New York, NY 10019, United States

Phone: +1 646-981-1888


Game & Entertainment Centers in New York City

1.The Rink at Rockefeller Center

Address: Rockefeller Center, 600 5th Ave, New York, NY 10020, United States

Phone: +1 212-332-7654


2.Modern Pinball NYC

Address: 362 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016, United States

Phone: +1 646-653-0839


3.Koneko Cat Cafe

Address: 26 Clinton St, New York, NY 10002, United States

Phone: +1 646-370-5699


4.Wollman Rink

Address: 830 5th Ave, New York, NY 10065, United States

Phone: +1 212-439-6900


5.New York Skyride

Address: Empire State Building, 350 5th Ave #7, New York, NY 10118, United States

Phone: +1 212-279-9777



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